It Is Time

by bxrtley

Time doesn’t repeat itself. Events do. Our genius mechanisms to keep time is not time itself. Often(times) we make the two synonymous. The clock is a circular event that represents a linear phenomenon. Some believe time can warp and bend, which would cause wormholes or cosmic singularities (please, don’t quote me on this), but for the sake of simplicity, think of time as a straight line, with an arguable point of origin. If we created a contraption that would more closely reflect the linearity of time, would we appreciate it more? Oh wait. It’s called a calendar. Never mind.